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We Need a Cross-Functional Approach to Digital Transformation

When I was a graduate student at Notre Dame, I was shocked by the lack of interdisciplinary knowledge among my professors. I soon discovered that it wasn’t just a problem in my program of study.... […]

Video: Three Components of a Successful Digital Transformation

There are three markers that predict success with a digital transformation initiative: Executive support A culture of process improvement A mature enterprise technology architecture Executive and... […]

Digital Transformation With Process Management & Automation

Here's a summary of my AIIM webinar, Digital Darwinism: Real Digital Transformation for your Automation Projects, that I presented with Parascript on September 18. […]

How Trends in Document Capture Affect Digital Transformation

If you’re looking for ways to modernize your Enterprise Content Management (ECM) strategy, you should take a hard, long look at how trends in document capture can help your Digital Transformation... […]

The Digital Transformation Decision Matrix

There are digital transformation efforts in all industries—and in virtually every company. The best way to actually go about digitizing depends on the role and function of each business process and... […]

Video: The Four Phases of Digital Transformation

The challenge and opportunity of digital transformation. Digital transformation is a challenge—or opportunity—that can create enormous value. […]

Will Digital Transformation Destroy the Concept of Content?

Digital Transformation redefines the concept of content. What does it mean when you apply Digital Transformation to the content management space? You may be shocked, but one of the most important... […]

Hot Topics at Document Strategy Forum ‘18

Here are the hottest issues in document management and governance, all in a single three-day conference! […]

The Back Office and the Digitization Myth

Is the back-office being ignored when there's a push towards digital transformation? It shouldn't be. […]